Human Resources & Career Opportunities

Staff Positions

Athletic Trainer

Position Summary: Athletic trainers work with student athletes to provide proactive injury prevention services and assist players and coaches with athlete injury assessment and treatment.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide proactive services to collegiate student-athletes within the scope of Five (5) Athletic Training Domains and NATA Code of Ethics.
  • Monitor practices, games (home and away), and lifting sessions of assigned team(s).
  • Maintain and organize incoming and returning student-athletes annual Pre Participation paperwork.
  • Communicate injury status to the Head Athletic Trainer and Associate Head Athletic Trainer.
  • Maintain accurate and detailed injury documentation within Sportsware injury tracking software.
  • Management of insurance claims, EOB, bills, and submitting them to insurance coordinator and medical offices.
  • Assist in inventory storage, distribution and maintenance of supplies, and other duties as assigned by the Head Athletic Trainer or Associate Athletic Trainer.

Qualifications:

  • Supportive of Warner’s mission, vision and core values, commitment to a Christian lifestyle and demonstration of character in keeping with biblical models.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from an accredited college or university
  • NATA BOC Certification by August 1, 2018
  • State of Florida Athletic Training License or Eligible
  • Valid BLS CPR/AED certification from the American Heart Association or American Red Cross
  • Valid drivers license with no restrictions.

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Science Lab Assistant – Part Time

Position Summary: This part-time role will assist in our Natural Science lab.

Responsibilities:

  • Prepare solutions as instructed from solids or by diluting concentrates
  • Prepare bacterial media, inoculate cultures, and run the autoclave (sterilizer)
  • Wash and store lab glassware
  • Assist with inventory
  • Other duties as assigned by the Lab Manager

Qualifications:

  • Detail-oriented and organized
  • Able to follow oral and written instructions
  • Flexible
  • Knows Excel software
  • College degree preferred, but not required
  • Born-again Christian who understands the relationship between science and faith

Hours:

Approximately 4-8 hours per week during the fall and spring semesters (no summer hours)

Number of work hours per week will vary across a semester and from semester to semester.

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Assistant Football Coach – Offensive Line

Position Summary:  This position functions as part of the Warner University Athletic Department and the Warner University Football Program and is the offensive line coach.   

Responsibilities:

  • Planning, preparing and implementing successful structures for players to grow on and off the field.
  • Recruit athletes with Warner University and NAIA standards.
  • Effectively communicate your ‘life story’ and faith walk with athletes.
  • Build relationships with recruits, families, and coaches to aid in recruiting.
  • Serve as an effective role model for the players.
  • Monitor academic success of individual players.
  • Work in conjunction with football coaches and staff including: Athletic Trainers, Strength Coach, and Managers..
  • Provide effective communication to the head football coach.
  • Ensure safety and well-being of the student athletes.
  • Assist with the men’s football program in a way that contributes to practices and/or game days. 
  • Other administrative responsibilities as designated by the head football coach 

 Qualifications:

  • Supportive of Warner’s mission, vision and core values, commitment to a Christian lifestyle, and demonstration of character in keeping with biblical models.
  • College offensive line experience  
  • Earned a Bachelor’s degree
  • Working knowledge of the game with a demonstrated ability to recruit, train and develop athletes within a system of play.
  • Demonstrated commitment to athletics as a venue for the development of the whole person.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, the ability to work effectively in a team setting, and a commitment to sports ministry.

Working Relationships:  The offensive line coach is a member of the Athletics Department and reports to the head football coach.

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Faculty Positions

Biology Faculty – Part Time

We are seeking applications for a part-time faculty position in the Department of Natural Sciences. The successful candidate will teach 1–2 general- education biology courses. Candidate’s must hold a master’s degree or higher in Biology or a closely related field. The successful candidate will teach in the traditional setting at Warner University’s campus in Lake Wales.

The successful candidate is expected to display a commitment to Christian education, especially as it pertains to the relationship between science and faith. The chosen candidate must affirm and support the university’s statement of faith. Preference will be given to candidates who have some degree of theological education or experience in Christian education in an orthodox, evangelical context.

Some experience in teaching at the undergraduate level is preferred. Experience with Moodle or a similar online learning platform is also desirable.

Candidates must submit the following application materials to:

janet.craigmiles@warner.edu

A Letter of Interest

A Curriculum Vitae

A faith statement that reflects the theological values of the University

Copies of all transcripts

Assistant/Associate Professor Music

Position Description

Warner University offers students from diverse backgrounds the opportunity to develop in a Christian environment to their highest intellectual, spiritual, and professional potential. The music faculty seeks to prepare students to become leaders in Music Education, Music Performance, and Music Ministry.

The prospective candidate’s primary duties will be to direct bands, teach courses and lessons, coordinate band staff, recruit undergraduate students to the music and band programs, and provide oversight of the band budget. The successful candidate will be responsible for the management of the band programs and oversee the Concert Band, the Pep Band(s), the Jazz Band, and the Wind Ensemble. He or she will demonstrate performance ability/proficiency with band instruments and band techniques, including conducting, precision drills design, teaching, and/or arranging. Other responsibilities will include teaching the instrument of the candidate’s area of performance expertise as well as teaching related coursework and general music classes as assigned by the department chair. The ideal candidate will also grow an existing Marching Band. The position reports directly to the Chair of the Fine Arts Department.

Teaching experience in the contexts of evangelical and liberal arts traditions is preferred, and candidates who have some degree of theological education or experience in an evangelical context will be given priority.

Responsibilities Include

·         Direct the Marching Band, Jazz Band, and the Wind Ensemble, along with a subset of other bands in the program (i.e. Pep Band, and/or Concert Band.)

·         Teach instrumental students, general education music classes for non-majors, instrumental studio classes, and academic courses in one’s area of specialization

·         Manage a budget and the administration of student scholarships.

·         Collaborate with other department and university staff to actively recruit and retain music students to the WU program.

·         Support the mission of Warner University: “Warner University is committed to guiding individuals toward Christ-like character and intellectual maturity while equipping them to serve.”

·         Collaborate with the department chair to assist with development of the music course schedule, new curricula, and performance calendar.

·         Maintain a collaborative relationship with Polk County’s public school instrumental teachers.

·         Maintain an active and visible performance and outreach schedule.

·         Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Desired Experience and Qualifications

·         A Master’s degree in music is required. A doctorate in music is preferred.

·         Wind band, jazz band, and orchestral conducting/teaching experience is required.

·         Public school teaching experience is highly desired.

·         College-level teaching experience is highly desired.

·         Athletic/pep/marching band conducting experience is desired.

·         Strong, demonstrable instrumental performance skills on a major band or orchestral instrument is also required.

Candidates must submit the following application materials to:

janet.craigmiles@warner.edu

A Letter of Interest

A Curriculum Vitae

A faith statement that reflects the theological values of the University

Copies of all transcripts